Brooklyn Nine-Nine is an American police procedural comedy television series that aired on Fox, and later on NBC.
It depicts the ups and downs of Tully and Kate's (Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke) friendship over many years.
This comedy, which Mindy Kaling, creator of The Office and The Mindy Project, created, centres on three awkward teenagers who don't belong to the popular group.
The Upper East Side (UES) of Manhattan is the setting for the show, which focuses on the scandalous lives of attractive, privileged, and extremely wealthy teenagers there as well as how they betray one another while being relentlessly followed by a vengeful yet well-known blogger.
Teenagers Archie, Betty, Jughead, and Veronica deal with being in a town full of ominous events and bloodthirsty criminals.
The relationships between these people, who are based in Los Angeles, are unbreakable as they navigate love problems, workplace conflict, and other issues.
Epic bromances, fantastic ‘shipping pairs, hilarious hijinks — that’s everything you can expect from New Girl and more.
While there are many doctor dramas to choose from, this one places a far greater emphasis on the characters' intense crushes and emotional entanglements.
In this show, imposter syndrome meets complete social ineptitude in the IT department of a major corporation in the UK.
The Good Place centres on a group of people who all pass away on the same day and eventually find themselves in a fictional "Good Place."